Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 22
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 22

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1951
Page 22
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951 FARRINGTON CENTER MKDA rOX, C^irrMM"'*"* Nancy Fally of Stratton visited Hazel Brenton Sunday and attended Sunday school at Farrington Center. Doris Helen Earls is visiting her father Vernon Earls near Walton- vlUe. Leatrice and Virginia Byars and Loif May Coil of Mt. Vernon visited their parents over the weekend and attended church services at New Home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, French and daughter Mary Lois and granddaughter Vicky of Keenes visited Mr. and Mrs Da.n French near Climax Sunday. , Roger Byars and family of Centralia visited his parents Mr. and Mrs, B. J : Byars Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gaston of Keenes attended church services at New Home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Parlcer Pierce visited in the Floyd Johnson home Sunday afternoon. Home Bureau members of Shields don't forget our annual tea at Camp Ground church Thursday night: Raleigh EHIer and family of Liberty community visited Sunday afternoon' in the Lawrence Eller home. Wells Chapel Aid meets in the Dena Clark home Tuesday, 1:30 p. m. Lesson begins 20th chapter Exodus. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark, Bill Newman and family of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Clark of Peoria, 111., visited their parents Mr, and Mrs. B. G. Clark Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Chandler of Centralia visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred aHrtman Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McConnaughay visited his brother Walt in Dixon Tuesday. He doesn't show any improvement. • Alta Scoles and small daughter of St. Louis visited her sister, Adelle Eller and family Friday. Mrs, Vaneta Pierce and daugh- tier Melinda of Ohio are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar Cooper in Shields. Mary Lois French of Mt. Vernon it visiting her pai-ents Mr. and Mrs. Oias. French over the weekend. Chester Knauss and family and Maggie Knauss attended the charivari of Doris Harlow and Bob Chambliss in the Kelly Harlow home Saturdaly night. Leslie Ganieway has moved to his farm near Wilson store south of Farrington Center. Joyce Ann, Jimmy and John Eller visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eller Sunday while theur parents Mr. and M». L. C. Eller visited Elice Rose Fry who is a patient in St. Louis hospital. Her condition is improved. Helen Helms and family of Helm visited her mother Grace Thomp- lon and brothjBr Vernon Sunday. Mareta Osbbrn and children returned Friday to join H. D. Osborne in Philadelphia, Pa. Orlie Youngblood of Wayne City visited his mother Emma Yoiuigblood Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Young- WALTON VILLE MRS. GILBERT N. SULCCR, Cor. DAD'S A CRAD, TOO -- Graduation day at the University of Miami, Fla., will find both Robert L. Lewis of Homestead, Fla., and his daughter, Wilhelmina, 21, graduating with honors. Father, a law student, graduates cum laude, while daughter gets her BA degree in journalisni, magna cum laude. Here, the pair try on fheii caps and gowns. Move Hungarians, Poles to Russia By Associated Press NEW YORK, June 13 — Whole segments of the populations in Hungary and Poland are being shipped into forced labor in concentration camps within Russia, says Gen. Lucius D. Clay. Communist leaders ai-e using the expulsions in an apparent effort to wipe out the middle classes, Clay adds. blood, Betty Wilson and daughter Barbara attended a Youngblood reunion at the city park Sunday. A crowd of 350 people attended the Union Sunday school group gathering at Bakerville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Story gave a talk on the Holy Land, where they visited recently. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Rigby, parents of Bill (Union S. S. Missionary) of Joliet, 111., W. M. Blanchard and Mrs. W. M. Jones of Centralia were guests. New Hope won the banner for the greatest increase in attendance,- Farrington Center the banner for the best Christian program. The October group gathering will be at Pleasant View west of Kell. Aleen Keele and daughter Betty Jo of Mt. Vernon visited her mother Gussie Johnson Friday. Earl Wilson and'family of Centralia visited in the W. M. Fox and Gale Pierce homes Sunday. ELK PRAIRIE W. E. DALBY. Correspondent Bob Peterson has sold his store in Dareville to IVIax Beckham and Bob is working at the Nason mine. Mattie Hoofer is visiting her father in Pineville, Kentucky. Charley Kinney went fishing on Black River in Missouri. He caught 15 pounds of nice fish. One catfish weighed five pounds. R. Rabacchi is giving his store building a new coat of paint. I^Irs. Charley Robinson is on the sick list. Paul Rabacchi of Montana is vi.siting his father R. Rabacchi. Mrs. Martha Kirk and Mrs. Vern Gun of Benton visited Mrs. Frank Kinney last week. Frank Kinney is on the sick list. Mrs. Gary Fred and daughter of Scheller visited W. E. Dalby last week. , Mrs. Lucy Hodge is on the sick list. Helen Roberson is on the sidk hst. More than half the annual 8500 homicide cases in the United States are by gunfire. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 5c BUNDLE Jimmy and Kenny Hunt spent the weekend in Harrisburg. Jimmy returned Monday morning and Kenny remained to visit his grandparents for a few days. David Lustig of Mt. Vernon is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hirons. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stevens and daughter Janet attended the double wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen Tate and Mr. and Mrs. William Michael Sogers, in Dix Sunday. An annual homecoming at Oakland Fee Will Baptist church was held Sunday. The Gospel Melo- daires Quartet from Mulkeytown presented the singing. Several from here attended. Mi's. Stanton Sulcer and Mrs. Gilbert Sulcer and son Charles Spencer were visitors in Chrsitopher Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hirons attended the funeral of Ed Hawkins in Di.v last Sunday. The Fairchilds reunion was held at the Mt. Vernon City Park Sunday in honor of May Doctor, who is visiting here from California. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton have purchased a home from B. D. Stevens in the north part of town. The Universalist church held a picnic at the Mt. Vernon City Park Sunday. The annual alumni dance was held Saturday night at the gymnasium. Music was furnished by Lee Roy McKinzie and his orchestra. A large crowd attended. The Methodist church held a picnic at the Mt. Vernon City Park Sunday. Mrs. Faye Er\'ie and son of Peoria the former Faye Ord, has been visiting here with relatives and friends. A double birthday party was held Saturday, June 9th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patterson honoring their two children Sandy and Mary Ann. Games were played, prizes going to Myron Kownacki. Patty Petty and Kay Leslie. 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